Host of new products unveiled at ASIS 2014


ASSA ABLOY will announce the release of 75 new products at the ASIS International 60th Annual Seminar and Exhibits (ASIS 2014) event in Atlanta, the US, underlining its commitment to innovation in the global access control and door opening markets.

During ASIS 2014, which takes place between September 29 and October 2, ASSA ABLOY will introduce products in critical areas, including high security doors and hardware, e-cylinders for electronic access control, plus advanced lock technologies for institutional, commercial and home control applications. In addition, the group will also provide a comprehensive update on sustainable access control and will host a seminar with David Gottfried, founder of the U.S. Green Building Council and World Green Building Council.

At its ASIS booth (#3111), ASSA ABLOY will demonstrate a comprehensive range of wireless technologies that can cost-effectively secure doors, cabinets, server racks and drawers, fully supported by 26 access control manufacturers in the industry.

To address the growing demand for the convenience and security of mobile access, the company will also showcase several products that support HID Mobile Access powered by Seos .This capability will be displayed across multiple platforms, including IP-enabled (Power over Ethernet and Wi-Fi), Integrated Wiegand, and Aperio wireless access control.

“Every day, millions of people around the world are safer because ASSA ABLOY opening technologies have been installed in their homes, offices, hospitals, hotels, stores, and schools,” says Thanasis Molokotos, executive vice president and head of Americas Division, ASSA ABLOY.

“As the world’s leading manufacturer of premium door opening technologies, we have an opportunity and a responsibility to invest in our continued industry leadership and provide the broader community with strong direction and strong products.”

ASIS International Seminar and Exhibits is one of the world’s most influential events in the security industry.